Echinacea ‘Narrow Leaf’ Seeds


Echinacea Narrow Leaf Seeds. E angustifolia
Rosy pink drooping rays. Drought tolerant, deer resistant, low maintenance.
Attracts bees & birds. Pre-treatment for seed propagation. Zone 3-8.
Organically Grown Echinacea Narrow Leaf seeds for full sun, Canada
25 sd/pkt

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Echinacea angustifoliaEchinacea 'Narrow Leaf' Seeds

Narrow Leaf Coneflower

Echinacea ‘Narrow Leaf’ Seeds

Type: Rare Perennial Wildflower, herbaceous, erect, clumping
Bloom: June to August
Flower: Purple flowers, drooping rays with dark cones
Height: 3-4′ tall x 15″ wide
Light: Full sun, part shade
Soil: Medium to dry, well drained soil
P.H.:  6.0-7.5
Moisture: Dry to regular
Use: Cut flower, meadow, naturalizing, container,mass planting, perennial border, wildflower garden. Attracts butterflies & birds. Deer & rabbit resistant
Tolerances: Neglect, deer resistant
Notes: Easy to grow, low maintenance. Blooms 2nd or 3rd year. Avoid too fertile of soil which can make these plants become leggy

Zone: 4-8
Native to Arkansas and Missouri
Grow with Blue Globe Thistle, Yarrow
, Echinacea paradoxa Yellow Coneflower

Echinacea angustifolia Seed Propagation
Indoors: Cold, moist stratification. Start 5 weeks before outdoor night temperatures are reliably 50 F. Add seeds to moistened sterile soil-less mix Put in zip lock bag & store in the fridge for 4-13 weeks. Then sow to plugs 1/8″ deep. Press in, light cover. Needs light to germinate. Keep moist & maintain 70F for germination within 2 weeks. When 2″ tall, harden off before transplanting 12″ apart in permanent position after risk of frost
Outdoors: Direct sow to prepared seed bed in Fall. Aim to sow 1/8″ deep. Scatter seeds, apply light cover & firm. Use mesh drop to help prevent rodent & mammal damage. Begin irrigation in about four months to maintain moisture. Once seedlings are 2″ tall or more they can be transplanted to permanent position. Alternatively, in late fall through to mid-winter sow to pots 1/8″ deep. Position outdoors where they will experience the elements of Winter. Watch for sprouts in Spring


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